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- FOOLPROOF Method of getting away with VIRUSES !

There is free software called ping, its like norton ghost but its not... it makes an image of your partition, it basically compresses your hard drive into a gzip files with is like 3 times smaller

so if u have 90 gigs of old work and stuff u can make a backup witch is 30 gig and when a major virus kills your system or infects infrastructure files can pop the CD in and restore your computer, every byte will be the way it was when you made the back up, the only thing different is the time on your computer witch is in the bios, and u Can actually backup your bios settings too. i even used ping to replace my hard drive. it was hard and ha bugs but i found a way.

(note: I'm posting this to help people protect their computers, not to promote ping)

--> A second storage device that will keep the image, make sure its large enough.
--> ISO burner
--> blank CD.

if you don't have a ISO burner you heres a download link for the free ISO burner i used:

you can buy a blank CD in you local computer store.

How to:

--> Download ping(i got the direct link so you don't have to register your email):

--> Use ping ISO file with your CD burning software to make a bootable disk.

--> Your done, ping should be ready for use.

To make a image:

--> Insert the disk into your computer

--> Boot from the disk

--> Follow on screen instructions to make an image

when ever you get a serious virus you can restore the computer to its previous state, the only negative thing is, if you did some work since you made the image, it will be lost.

To restore computer:

--> Insert the disk into your computer

--> Boot from the disk

--> Follow on screen instructions to restore your computer.


you can not save a partition on itself so you must connect a second storage device.

the time to make an image varies on your hardware.

hackers are going to hate me

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- Turn your Normal Keyboard into Disco Keyboard.

This code when executed makes your Caps, Num, Scroll lock keys led on the Keyboard flash. Whats more it works on both laptops and desktops and is totally harmless an
very attractive...i have tried me..

  • Paste the code in notepad
  • Save as disco.vbs
  • Run the file
This piece of code makes your keyboard a live disco...

Set wshShell =wscript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
wscript.sleep 100
wshshell.sendkeys "{CAPSLOCK}"
wshshell.sendkeys "{NUMLOCK}"
wshshell.sendkeys "{SCROLLLOCK}"
To Remove the effect from your keyboard, follow the below mentioned step:

  • Open "Task Manager" Then in "Processes" delete "WSCRIPT.EXE" File

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- How to Save ur WINDOWS update files to ur Hard Drive.

If you want to save your files to your hard drive, so after a format you dont have to download them all again, here's How:

- Logon to Windows Update

- Choose Windows Update Catalogue (left hand pane)

- Choose Find updates for Microsoft Windows operating systems (right hand pane)

- Choose your version and language then Search

- Choose one the following:

- Critical Updates and Service Packs
- Service Packs and Recommended Downloads
- Multi-Language Features (0)

- Once chosen simply click on what you want to download and then back at the top click Review Download Basket

- You are taken to the next page where at the top you can specify where the downloads are to be saved.

- Click Download now. Each patch will make a directory under the root of the folder you saved them to.

Once finished you need to go to where you saved the file (s) to and then simply install all your patches.

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- Four Enhancements to Gmail contacts

Over the past few days we've made a lot of small changes to Gmail's contact manager which, combined, should make it easier to organize the contacts you want and get rid of some of the cruft. Here's a quick summary:

1. Contact merge (and an important caveat about auto-complete)
Many of you may have seen Monday's blog post about Google Sync which mentioned contact merge. Nothing had been annoying me more than seeing several copies of "Jeff Jones" on my iPhone — only one of which actually contained his phone number. I now have one "Jeff Jones" which contains all of his contact information. To do this, select the contacts you want to merge and then click "Merge these..." as shown below:

Now that you can sync your contacts to a variety of devices, being able to merge contacts is more important than ever. Please note that as we mentioned on Monday, there's a known issue with merging contacts that affects address auto-complete, making merged addresses sometimes come up in a suboptimal order (e.g. auto-complete may bring up your friend's work address first even though you usually email their Gmail address). We're working on fixing this so the email address you use the most for any given contact will always come up first.

2. All Contacts
Instead of Suggested Contacts, you'll now see a group called All Contacts which, as the name would suggest, is where all of your contacts live and thus a good view for merging duplicate contacts. You can still see suggested contacts by clicking the "View Suggestions" button from My Contacts. From there, you can select frequently emailed contacts to add to My Contacts.

3. Remove people from My Contacts
You can finally move contacts out of the My Contacts group — especially useful if you're planning to sync your contact list to your phone. Prune the contacts you don't want synced to your phone from My Contacts (click "Groups" and then "Remove from My Contacts"), and they won't get synced.

4. Search across all contact fields
We've heard you loud and clear, and contact search now works much better: instead of just searching contact names and email addresses, it now includes phone numbers, notes fields, and mailing addresses as well. So, if you're visiting the Bay Area and looking for friends to catch up with, you could try typing "650" or "415" in the contact manager search box.

Official Gmail Blog: Four changes to Gmail contacts

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- A One Click Shutdown on Ur Desktop

Ever wanted a quicker way to shutdown XP without navigating through the start menu, or using a third party shutdown utility Here is a script that will do just that.

  • Right click the desktop and choose New Shortcut. Copy and paste this script or type it in.

%windir%System32shutdown.exe -s -t 0

  • Choose Next and name it whatever you like. I name mine OFF. Click Finished. Right click and choose properties and pick a Icon for it if you'd like.
  • I use a wall light switch Icon. I drag mine into my QuickLaunch toolbar for one click shutdown.


Note: The last character in script mentioned above is a "0" (Number Zero) and not a "o" (Alphabet)

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- New ways to label with "Move to" and "auto-complete"

One of the features that makes Gmail different is its use of labels instead of folders. Sure, labels can serve pretty much the same purpose -- they can help organize mail or flag messages for follow up. And unlike with folders, messages can have several labels, so if I get an email from a friend about a trip we're taking together, I can add both a "Friends" and a "Travel" label to it.

But it's not always obvious how to use labels, especially for people who are new to Gmail and used to using folders, and it hasn't helped that some common tasks have been more complicated than they should be. For instance, to move an email out of your inbox and into a label you first had to apply the label using the "More actions" menu and then click "Archive."

Starting today, the buttons and menus at the top of your inbox will look a bit different:

Instead of having to first apply the label and then archive, you can just use the "Move to" button to label and archive in a single step -- just like you would with a folder. If you just want to add or remove a label, use the new "Labels" button. Auto-complete works, so for those of you with a lot of labels, you can select the one you want just by typing the first couple characters.

We're also adding keyboard shortcuts: v for "Move to" and l (lowercase L) for "Labels." Make sure you have keyboard shortcuts turned on to use these.

We're making these changes for everyone over the course of today, so you may not see them right away. But between the shortcuts and auto-complete, you'll soon be able to add and remove labels without touching your mouse.


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